Guidepost Center for Personal Development wants to help you develop the skills and self-understanding needed to improve your life. Understanding our selves, human behavior, and the world around us takes effort but the rewards are many. The change you yearn for is within your grasp, and Guidepost is dedicated to helping people apply psychological principles to achieve a more satisfying life.

Guidepost is committed to helping you:

  • Address emotional or behavioral difficulties
  • Achieve a greater sense of balance
  • Find meaning and purpose in your life
  • Learn to create change and discover the next step to take

At various time in one’s life, individuals may need different types of assistance in dealing with the “bumps” in life’s journey. Guidepost provides a range of services including:

  • individual counseling/psychotherapy
  • professional and personal coaching
  • consultation
  • mindfulness-based stress reduction classes

Guidepost uses mind, body, and spiritual models in developing an individual treatment course for each client. We assume that the body, mind and spirit are an interrelated system and need to be holistically addressed to bring a grounded and centered way of life. At Guidepost, we use an integrative model of psychotherapy, supplementing traditional models of talk therapy from the West (insight/relational models and evidence-based models) with time-honored traditions from the East (yoga, Buddhist psychology, mindfulness, and mind-body techniques) as appropriate. Guidepost services are guided by psychological theory and scientific research while remaining culturally sensitive, adaptable with regard to treatment models, and responsive to individual differences and needs. We seek to honor, recognize, and celebrate differences of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexuality, and ability in informing the individual treatments we create with clients.

Charles Berry, the founder of Guidepost Center, believes that all people have an innate drive toward emotional health and the capacity to overcome obstacles. He works from a strength-based model, integrating principles of positive psychology. Each person is unique; therefore, work is tailored to meet the need of each client. All services are confidential.

About Me

I believe that everyone has the ability to improve their lives. I use a range of therapeutic approaches, combining insight oriented, symptom focused, multicultural perspectives and mindfulness in my work. In addition to my general practice, I have ten years experience working with undergraduates, graduates, and professional students from various cultures…Keep Reading


“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” ― Nelson Mandela